Bridges, Boulevards, Streetcars & Views
- Ballard Bridge – Spans Lake Washington Ship Canal
- Counterbalance – Queen Anne Avenue
- Fremont Bridge – Spans Lake Washington Ship Canal
- George Washington Memorial Bridge (Aurora Bridge) – Spans Lake Washington Ship Canal
- Interurban Shelter – Westlake Ave. N. and Dexter Ave N.
- Queen Anne Boulevard – Queen Anne Hill
- Queen Anne Drive Bridge – Spans Ravine of Second Ave. N.
- Queen Anne Park – The Story of a Neighborhood
- Willcox Walls – Seventh Ave. W. and Eighth Ave. W.
- Historic Views – street views and panoramas on Queen Anne.
Businesses & Public Buildings
- Bank of America Building – 566 Denny Way
- Children’s Orthopedic Hospital – 100 Crockett St.
- Denny Log Cabin Real Estate Office – Queen Anne Avenue and Republican St.
- Queen Anne Club – 1530 W. Queen Anne Avenue
- Queen Anne Public Library – 400 W. Garfield Anne Street
- Queen Anne Masonic Lodge No. 242 – 1608 4th Ave. W.
- Queen Anne Water Towers – 110 Lee St.
- Seattle Children’s Home – 2142 10th Ave. W.
- Seattle Fire Station No. 24 – 5th Ave. W. and W. Galer St.
- Van de Kamp Bakery – 550 Queen Anne Ave. N., and 2127 Queen Anne Ave. N.
- Historic Businesses – Additional historic businesses
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